Engaging primarily at the national level in Indonesia from 2016–2022, HP+ worked with the government to generate data to enable policymakers, civil society, and the private sector to achieve national health priorities more effectively and efficiently. The project supported the government of Indonesia to develop, implement, and monitor policies for sustainable health financing and health equity with a special focus on maternal and newborn health— which remains a national concern—and HIV. HP+ provided hands-on learning, ensuring that skills, tools, approaches, and methods can be sustained. Underpinning all HP+ activities was an emphasis on strengthening the government’s capacity to generate and analyze health data for improved policies and programming.
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